Crystal Kay discography

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Crystal Kay discography
Studio albums 11
Compilation albums 5
EPs 2
Singles 42

The discography of Japanese contemporary R&B singer Crystal Kay consists of 10 studio albums, two extended plays, five compilation albums, four video albums and numerous single releases. Crystal Kay debuted as a singer at 13 years of age in 1999 under Epic Records Japan. Her third album Almost Seventeen (2002) saw a great leap in popularity for Crystal Kay, reaching number two on Oricon's albums chart. In 2005, Cyrystal Kay sung the eponymous theme song for the Tsuyoshi Kusanagi drama Koi ni Ochitara: Boku no Seikō no Himitsu. "Koi ni Ochitara" became Crystal Kay's most successful single, being certified for a million ringtone downloads.

In 2011, Crystal Kay signed to Delicious Deli Records, after 11 years with Epic Records, and released the album Vivid (2012).[1] In March 2013 Crystal Kay relocated to New York City to pursue an American debut through Copetin Inc, releasing the single "Busy Doing Nothing" a year later. In October 2014 Crystal Kay re-focused on Japan by switching her management to LDH.[2]

Albums[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

List of albums, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peak positions Sales (JPN)[3][A] Certifications
JPN
[4]
KOR
Overseas

[5][B][C]
TWN East Asian
[7][D][E]
C.L.L Crystal Lover Light 60 19,000
637: Always and Forever
  • Released: August 22, 2001 (JPN)
  • Label: Epic
  • Formats: CD, digital download
19 49,000
Almost Seventeen
  • Released: October 23, 2002 (JPN)
  • Label: Epic
  • Formats: CD, digital download
2 354,000
4 Real
  • Released: November 27, 2003 (JPN)
  • Label: Epic
  • Formats: CD, digital download
6 246,000
  • RIAJ: Platinum[10]
Crystal Style
  • Released: March 2, 2005 (JPN)
  • Label: Epic
  • Formats: CD, CD/DVD, digital download
2 297,000
  • RIAJ: Platinum[11]
Call Me Miss...
  • Released: February 22, 2006 (JPN)
  • Label: Epic
  • Formats: CD, CD/DVD, digital download
2 251,000
  • RIAJ: Platinum[12]
All Yours
  • Released: June 20, 2007 (JPN)
  • Label: Epic
  • Formats: CD, CD/DVD, digital download
1 5 137,000
Color Change!
  • Released: August 6, 2008 (JPN)
  • Label: Epic
  • Formats: CD, CD/2DVD, digital download
8 33,000
Spin the Music
  • Released: December 8, 2010 (JPN)
  • Label: Epic
  • Formats: CD, digital download
42 40 10,000
Vivid 35 5,000
Shine
  • Released: December 16, 2015 (JPN)
  • Label: Delicious Deli Records
  • Formats: CD, CD/DVD, CD/Blu-ray, digital download
10 17,000
"—" denotes items which were released before the creation of the G-Music or Gaon charts, or items that did not chart.

Extended plays[edit]

List of extended plays, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peak positions Sales (JPN)[3]
JPN
[4]
Shining
  • Released: November 28, 2007 (JPN)
  • Label: Epic
  • Formats: CD, digital download
21 12,000
Flash
  • Released: June 16, 2010 (JPN)
  • Label: Epic
  • Formats: CD, CD/DVD, digital download
29 6,000

Compilation albums[edit]

List of compilation albums, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peak positions Sales (JPN)[3] Certifications
JPN
[4]
Crystal Kay
  • Album compiling English language songs,
    released as Natural: World Premiere Album in Japan
  • Released: November 7, 2003 (KOR)
  • Label: Epic
  • Formats: CD, digital download
34 30,000
CK5
  • Released: June 30, 2004 (JPN)
  • Label: Epic
  • Formats: CD, CD/DVD, digital download
2 282,000
  • RIAJ: Platinum[15]
Best of Crystal Kay
  • Released: September 2, 2009 (JPN)
  • Label: Epic
  • Formats: 2CD, 3CD, digital download
3 156,000
The Best Remixes of CK
  • Released: December 16, 2009 (JPN)
  • Label: Epic
  • Formats: CD, digital download
195 1,000
Love Song Best
  • Released: December 14, 2011 (JPN)
  • Label: Epic
  • Formats: CD, 2CD, digital download
81 4,000

Singles[edit]

As a lead artist[edit]

List of singles, with selected chart positions
Title Year Peak chart positions Sales (JPN)[3] Certifications Album
JPN Oricon
[4]
JPN
Hot 100
[17][F][G]
TWN East Asian
[7][E]
"Eternal Memories" 1999 47 20,000 C.L.L Crystal Lover Light
"Teenage Universe (Chewing Gum Baby)" 47 13,000
"Komichi no Hana" (こみちの花?, "Path Flower") 80 3,000
"Shadows of Desire" 2000
"Girl's Night" 2001 100 2,000 637: Always and Forever
"Ex-Boyfriend"
(featuring Verbal)
44 21,000
"Think of U" 60 7,000 Almost Seventeen
"Hard to Say" 2002 26 45,000
"Girl U Love" 156 1,000
"Boyfriend (Part II)" 2003 23 40[H] 33,000 4 Real
"I Like It"
(Crystal Kay loves M-Flo)
8 58,000
"Candy" 21 15,000
"Can't Be Stopped" 146 1,000
"Motherland" 2004 9 43,000 CK5
"Bye My Darling!" 40 7,000 Crystal Style
"Kiss" 2005 10 65,000
  • RIAJ (cellphone): Gold[34]
"Koi ni Ochitara" (恋におちたら?, "If I Fall in Love") 2 51[H] 295,000
  • RIAJ (ringtone): Million[35]
  • RIAJ (digital): 2× Platinum[36]
  • RIAJ (physical): Platinum[37]
Call Me Miss...
"Two as One"
(Crystal Kay x Chemistry)
2 107,000
  • RIAJ (cellphone): Gold[38]
  • RIAJ (physical): Gold[39]
"Kirakuni" ("Take It Easy") 2006 27 14,000
"Together"
"Kitto Eien ni" (きっと永遠に?, "Surely for Eternity") 2007 12 20,000
  • RIAJ (cellphone): Gold[40]
All Yours
"Konna ni Chikaku de..." (こんなに近くで?, "This Close...") 14 17,000
  • RIAJ (cellphone): Gold[41]
"Anata no Soba de" (あなたのそばで?, "Next to You") 30 7,000
"Namida no Saki ni" (涙のさきに?, "Beyond the Tears") 2008 42 29 4,000 Color Change!
"One" 32 20 7,000
"Girlfriend"
(featuring BoA)
2009 31 57 4,000 Best of Crystal Kay
"After Love (First Boyfriend)"
(featuring Kaname (Chemistry))
20 Spin the Music
"Journey (Kimi to Futari de)" (君と二人で?, "Together with You") 2010 193 14 400
"Superman" 2011 55 7 3,000 Vivid
"Delicious na Kinyōbi" (デリシャスな金曜日?, "Delicious Friday") 2012 171 9 400
"Haruarashi" (ハルアラシ?, "Spring Storm") [I]
"Forever" 6
"Busy Doing Nothing"[43] 2014 Non-album singles
"Rule Your World"[44]
"Dum Ditty Dumb"[45]
"Kimi ga Ita kara" (君がいたから?, "Because You Were There") 2015 27 21 6,000 RIAJ (digital): Gold Shine
"Revolution"
(featuring Namie Amuro)
6 8 4 19,000
"Nando demo" (何度でも?, "Many Times")[46] N/A 16 N/A RIAJ (digital):Gold
"Sakura" (サクラ?, "Cherry Blossoms") 2016 TBA [J] TBA Non-album single
"—" denotes items which were released before the creation of the Billboard Japan Hot 100, or did not chart.

As a featured artist[edit]

List of singles, with selected chart positions
Title Year Peak chart positions Sales (JPN)[3] Album
JPN Oricon
[4]
JPN Hot 100
[17][G]
"Lost Child"
(Hiroshi Fujiwara+Shinichi Osawa featuring Crystal Kay)
2001 55 15,000 Satorare Original Soundtrack / 637: Always and Forever
"Reeewind!"
(M-Flo loves Crystal Kay)
2003 9 50,000 Astromantic
"Universe"[K]
(BoA featuring Crystal Kay and Verbal (M-Flo))
2009 8 22,000 Best & USA
"Lovin' You" (ラヴィン・ユー?, Ravin Yū)
(Shota Shimizu, Crystal Kay, Mummy-D, Seamo, Dohzi-T)
2010 Beat Connection
"All You Need Is Love"
(among Japan United with Music)
2012 11 11 26,000 Non-album single
"Answer"
(Tee with Crystal Kay)
77 16 1,000 Much Love
"Where the Wild Things Are"
(Far East Movement featuring Crystal Kay and Stereotypes)
[L] Dirty Bass
"Physical"
(Bradberry Orchestra featuring Suga Shikao, Crystal Kay and Salyu)
72 Non-album single
"Fantastic Journey"
(Daishi Dance featuring Crystal Kay)
[M] Wonder Tourism
"Inochi no Rhythm" (イノチノリズム?, "Rhythm of Life")
(among Dance Earth Party)
2013 5 5 20,000 Non-album single
"Rock City"
(Exile Shokichi featuring Sway & Crystal Kay)
2016 TBA The Future
"—" denotes items which were released before the creation of the Billboard Japan Hot 100 or did not chart.

Promotional singles[edit]

List of promotional singles, with selected chart positions
Title Year Peak chart positions Album
Billboard Japan Hot 100
[17][G]
"Shining" 2007 Shining
"Step by Step" 2009 52 Best of Crystal Kay
"Flash" 2010 40 Flash
"Time of Love" Spin the Music
"Take It Outside" 2012 Vivid
"Memory Box"
"What We Do"
"My Heart Beat"[51] 2013 Non-album songs
"Kaze no Kanata" (風の彼方?, "The Other Side of the Wind")[51]
"Very Special"
(featuring Ryuji Imaichi (Sandaime J Soul Brothers from Exile Tribe)
2015 60 Shine
"—" denotes items that were released before the creation of the Japan Hot 100, or did not chart.

Other appearances[edit]

List of non-studio album or guest appearances that feature Crystal Kay
Title Year Album Notes
"L'amant" (Ken Hirai) 2001 Gaining Through Losing Cameo introduction vocals
"Feel the Same?" (DJ Watarai featuring Big-O & Crystal Kay) 2002 Harlem Ver. 1.0
"Tha Superstar" (Michico) Non-album song Cameo vocals
"Hello Goodbye" (Palm Drive featuring Crystal Kay & Corn Head) 2003 Block Holiday
"Do U Like It? (by Fantastic Plastic Machine)" (Crystal Kay loves M-Flo) "Reeewind!" (single) Remix of "I Like It"
"Get On!" (M-Flo loves Crystal Kay) Astromantic Originally appeared on the "Reeewind!" single
"Reeewind! (Tomita Lab. Remix)" (M-Flo loves Crystal Kay) 2004 Astromantic Charm School
"Get On! (Ugly Duckling Remix)" (M-Flo loves Crystal Kay)
"Love Don't Cry" (M-Flo loves Crystal Kay) 2007 Cosmicolor
"Love Don't Cry (KGN8 Remix)" (M-Flo loves Crystal Kay) Electricolor Remixed by Stephen McGregor.
"Music Is Mine" (Maboroshi featuring Crystal Kay) 2009 Maboroshi no Shi
"Wonder" (Jin Akanishi featuring Crystal Kay) KAT-TUN Live: Break the Records (video album) Duet with Jin Akanishi, performed live at KAT-TUN's Summer '09 Break the Records (2009) tour and Akanishi's solo Yellow Gold 3011 (2011), however the studio recording has not been released.
"Universe (BoA Release Party 2009 Best & USA: Thank You For Your Support!! @ Studio Coast)" (BoA featuring Crystal Kay & Verbal (M-Flo)) 2010 Identity (CD/DVD)
"Zutto" (ずっと?, "On and On") (Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra (Vocal: Crystal Kay)) World Ska Symphony
"Love Don't Cry (live)" (M-Flo loves Crystal Kay) M-Flo 10 Years Special Live: We Are One (video album)
"Reeewind! / Get On! (live)" (M-Flo loves Crystal Kay)
"Cannonball" 10-nen Saki mo Kimi ni Koishite Original Soundtrack Acted as the ending theme song for the drama, while Crystal Kay's song "Time of Love" was the theme song.
"Zutto (live)" (Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra with Crystal Kay) Tokyo Ska Paradise Kokugikan & Tokyo Ska Paradise Taiikukan Live DVD (video album)
"Jungle Boogie (live)" (ジャングル・ブギ?, Janguru Bugi) (Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra with Tamio Okuda, Crystal Kay, Kazuyoshi Saito)
"Get On! (The Suitboys Remix)" (M-Flo loves Crystal Kay) 2011 After 5 Vol. 1 Remixed by Taku Takahashi.
"Koi ni Ochitara (live)" Jyonetsu Tairiku Live Best
"Suki (live)" (Dreams Come True with Crystal Kay) 2012 Minna de Dori Suru? Do You Dreams Come True? Special Live! (video album)
"Asa ga Mata Kuru (live)" (朝がまた来る?, "The Morning Still Comes") (Dreams Come True with Crystal Kay)
"Endless Love" (Lionel Richie with Crystal Kay) Tuskegee (Japanese Edition) Japanese bonus track, replacing Shania Twain's vocals with Crystal Kay's.
"Eyes on Me (live)" Final Fantasy Orchestral Album (video album)
"Senka no Hoshi de" (戦下の地球(ほし)で?, "On the Planet Under War") (among Dance Earth Party) 2013 "Inochi no Rhythm" (single)
"Boyfriend (Part II) (live)" Live & Documentary DVD "AP Bank Fes '12 Fund for Japan" (video album) DVD charity concert for AP Bank.
"I Don't Care" (Aklo featuring Crystal Kay) 2014 The Arrival
"All My Ladies" (Che'Nelle featuring Crystal Kay & Thelma Aoyama) 2015 @chenelleworld
"Nekketsu" (Nekfeu featuring Crystal Kay) 2016 Cyborg

Video albums[edit]

List of media, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peak positions
JPN
[4]
CK 99—04 Music Clips
  • Released: June 30, 2004 (JPN)
  • Label: Epic
  • Formats: DVD, UMD
19
CK 04—09 Music Clips 2: Decade
  • Released: December 2, 2009 (JPN)
  • Label: Epic
  • Formats: DVD
253
Crystal Kay Live in NHK Hall: 10th Anniversary Tour CK10
  • Released: June 16, 2010 (JPN)
  • Label: Epic
  • Formats: DVD, Blu-ray
122
CK Live 2012: Vivid
  • Released: March 6, 2013 (JPN)
  • Label: Universal
  • Formats: DVD
"—" denotes items that did not chart.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Sales provided by Oricon database and are rounded to the nearest thousand copies, or for when the value rounds to zero, the nearest hundred copies.
  2. ^ The Gaon Albums Chart chart was established in 2010. The overseas chart is a sub-chart listing all non-Korean released which have charted.
  3. ^ Week references for Gaon: Rock 'n' Roll Circus,[6]
  4. ^ The G-Music chart was established in July 2005 and only archives the top 20 releases. The East Asian chart is a sub-chart that compiles all non-Chinese Asian language releases which have been popular on the charts.
  5. ^ a b Week references for G-Music: All Yours 2007 week 25, "Revolution".[8]
  6. ^ The Japan Hot 100 was established in February 2008.
  7. ^ a b c Sources for chart positions are as follows: "Namida no Saki ni",[18] "One",[19] "After Love (First Boyfriend)",[20] "Girlfriend",[20] "Boyfriend (Part II)",[21] "Koi ni Ochitara",[21] "Step by Step",[21] "Flash",[22] "Journey (Kimi to Futari de)",[23] "Superman",[24] "All You Need Is Love",[25] "Delicious na Kinyōbi",[26] "Forever",[27] "Answer",[28] "Physical",[29] "Inochi no Rhythm",[30] "Kimi ga Ita kara",[31] "Revolution",[32] "Nando demo",[33] "Very Special".[33]
  8. ^ a b Charted in 2009.
  9. ^ Charted at number 90 on the Adult Contemporary Airplay chart.[42]
  10. ^ Charted at number 96 on the Radio Songs sub-chart.[47]
  11. ^ As one of the three A-sides of the single "Eien / Universe / Believe in Love".
  12. ^ Charted at number 47 on the Adult Contemporary Airplay and at 99 on the Hot Top Airplay charts.[48][49]
  13. ^ Charted at number 78 on the Adult Contemporary Airplay chart.[50]

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